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  • American women snack like children
  • American women snack like children
    Mr Lincoln (2014) ©

American women snack like children

What do you think of when you consider women's eating habits? Paleo? Low calorie? Low carb? New research shows that, in America at least, women's tastes haven't been influenced at all by the health food craze. In fact, their snacking choices aren't so different to those of children.



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